Pamela Morse has been mightily shaped by CFO and desires to give back to the movement through speaking at camps across the continent. A CFOer since high school, Pam even spent her honeymoon at her home camp (formerly Warwick, now Singing Hills). Her temperament is a curious blend of contemplative (she loves silence) and exuberant (she love rhythms). Since 1990 Pam and her husband, Earle, both ordained ministers, have been serving the Lord through a ski resort ministry located at Sugarloaf in Maine. They love the outdoors and enjoyed raising their two sons, Ben and Sam, in their small mountain community. Pam is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Ministry degree, a lifelong dream and a great cure for the empty nest syndrome. Pam firmly believes that the kingdom of God is breaking out all around us; the challenge is to see it and join in the celebration, for she believes that truly the Kingdom of God is a party.
As a college senior, Wayne Heberlig planned to pursue a career in math, earning a PhD before age 25 and becoming a college professor. But that plan collided with God’s purpose for his life; he experienced a clear call of God to pastoral ministry, attended Seminary, and has served the Lord ever since seeking to bless the Body of Christ.
His passion has been to do everything possible to enable others to joyfully follow Jesus!
His heart's desire is: 1) to teach people to worship; and 2) to teach people how to live.
Personal life experiences have provided many opportunities to apply Biblical truths and watch as the Spirit has worked his changes into his life and the lives of others.
Wayne married his high school sweetheart Chris. Together they led youth ministry in CFO for several years. They have 4 children and 8 grandchildren.